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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2012
Journal of Paleontology (2012) 86 (2): 282–301.
... crinophilum and ?“Adradosia” sp. on camerate crinoid stems. Aspasmophyllum infested living crinoid stems by sclerenchymal outgrowth that formed a skeletal ring but ?“Adradosia” sp. encrusted the stems rapidly, without building a ring. These coral-crinoid biocoenoses indicate a settlement advantage...
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Scan of the original lithographs of <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 188...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 4 Scan of the original lithographs of Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 (taken from Roemer, 1883 , fig. 83a–83c) ( 1 – 3 ), and Frech (1886–1887 , pl. VII, fig. 1–1a) ( 4 – 5 ) encrusting a crinoid pluricolumnal (Camerata indet. aff. Megaradialocrinus Chen and Yao, 1993 ): 1
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‘Over-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from locality 3....
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 6 ‘Over-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 3. The specimen is attached to the pluricolumnal of a camerate crinoid and exposed on the bedding surface of an encrinitic limestone. Abbreviations: C = cardinal quadrant; K = counter quadrant; A–A′ = alar
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‘Non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  most probably fro...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 5 ‘Non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 most probably from locality 1. Proposed neotype (no. SMF-XXV-1174; original of Birenheide, 1969 , p. 62, fig. 6; 1978, pl. 9 3 , fig. 4a, 4b): 1 , view of the wide and sculptured sclerenchymal ring; 2, 3 , lateral views
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‘Non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from locality 4, ...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 7 ‘Non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 4, premortem encrustation of the stem of a camerate crinoid (aff. Megaradialocrinus Chen and Yao, 1993 ): 1 , the rugose coral builds a skeletal ring that laterally surrounds the pluricolumnal; 2 , the solitary
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‘Non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from locality 4, ...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 8 ‘Non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 4, premortem encrusting the stem of a camerate crinoid (aff. Megaradialocrinus Chen and Yao, 1993 ): 1 , facetal view of the pluricolumnal, showing pentalobate axial canal (arrow on the right) and insertions
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‘Non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from locality 4, ...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 10 ‘Non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 4, premortem encrusting the stem of a camerate crinoid (aff. Megaradialocrinus Chen and Yao, 1993 ). 1 , oral view; 2 , cross-section through the corallite; 3 – 8 , serial longitudinal sections from the rugose
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‘Non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from locality 4, ...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 11 ‘Non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 4, premortem encrusting the stem of a camerate crinoid (aff. Megaradialocrinus Chen and Yao, 1993 ): 1 , lateral view; 2 , oral view; 3 , facetal view, showing pentalobate axial canal (arrow); 4 , lateral
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1 – 4 , ‘Over-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> <span class="search-highlight">crinophilum</span>  Roemer, 1880  from loc...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 12 1 – 4 , ‘Over-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 5; the crinoid host (aff. Rhipidocrinus crenatus crenatus (Goldfuss, 1831)) reacted to the epizoozoan by encrusting over the rugose sclerenchymal ring with stereomic coating of the affected columnals
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Reconstruction of the mode of life of a ‘non-encrusted’ <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> crin...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 14 Reconstruction of the mode of life of a ‘non-encrusted’ Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 attached to the stem of the camerate crinoid Rhipidocrinus crenatus crenatus (Goldfuss, 1831).
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Measurements (mm) of the proposed neotype (no. SMF-XXV-1174) of Aspasmophyl...
Published: 01 March 2012
T able 1 Measurements (mm) of the proposed neotype (no. SMF-XXV-1174) of Aspasmophyllum crinophilum Roemer, 1880 . Abbreviations: LC = length of corallite; WC = width of corallite; H = maximum heigh; LR = length of sclerenchymal ring; RD = diameter of sclerenchymal ring; SL = length
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Growth trend of <span class="search-highlight">Aspasmophyllum</span> and coral-encrusting pattern of the camerate...
Published: 01 March 2012
F igure 9 Growth trend of Aspasmophyllum and coral-encrusting pattern of the camerate crinoids: 1, 2 , supposed juvenile stages of Aspasmophyllum cf. crinophilum Roemer, 1880 from locality 4 (nos. MB.E-6590, -6591; scale bars = 1 cm); 3 – 5 , reconstructed three-step growth sequence
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2017
PALAIOS (2017) 32 (6): 382–387.
..., involved tabulate corals. The number of obligatory symbionts was low among the Devonian corals. The only good example of an obligatory symbiosis in rugosans is the highly specialized Middle Devonian Aspasmophyllum crinophilum , which infested the columns of the camerate crinoid “ Adradosia ” sp...
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